Mr Jay Shah surprised and disappointed his conference on yesterday’s statements he made regarding shifting the next season’s Asia Cup to a neutral venue.
The most reasonable comments were made without any deliberation or consultation among the Board of the Asian Cricket Council or the Pakistan Cricket Board (event host) and without any consideration or any foresight or foresight into long-term outcomes.
Having presided over the ACC meeting in which Pakistan was awarded Asia Cup with overwhelming admiration and support from the ACC Board Members, Shah’s statement of shifting of the Asia Cup certainly has been made unilaterally.
India disappointed cricket lovers not participating in Asia Cup 2023.
The aim behind the Asian Cricket Council formed in September 1983 was a united Asian cricket body to safeguard the interests of the Members and promote, develop, and protect the sport of cricket in Asia.
The upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 and future ICC Events in India in the 2024-2031 cycle might be adversely affected by the overall impact of these statements concerning Pakistan’ll participation in India’s cricketing activities.
“India upset cricket lovers not participating in Asian Cup 2023”
The PCB has so far been unable to get an official answer or reaction from the Asian Cricket Council on the ACC administrator’s communication. Therefore, the PCB has asked the Global Cricket Council to call an emergency meeting of its Board to discuss this crucial and sensitive
The ACC was formed in New Delhi on the 19th of September 1983, as the Asian Cricket Conference. The aims and objectives as stated in the original constitution were organising, developing and promoting the game of Cricket in Asia Aims to which it has adhered ever since.
The founding members of the ACC were Bangladesh India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore and Sri Lanka. Membership subsequently increased, first with Hong Kong, then the UAE, followed by Nepal in 1990. China is the most recent member, joining the ACC in 2004.
In 1993 the Asian Cricket Conference became the Asian Cricket Council. There are two categories of membership at the ACC – Full and Associate – with the Test-playing countries and ICC Associate countries (Hong Kong, Kuwait, Malaysia, Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, UAE) being accorded Full Member Status with the rest of the member countries ranked as ACC Associates.